CAL week 10   8 comments

It took a bit longer than I like to work through the rows – not that they were hard, but other things going on! In fact, I think I finally got the hang of the chevron rows, they didn’t seem as tricky this time – practice makes perfect!

I do think though, that it has to be nearly done – it’s huge! A couple more weeks of rows, and it will be time for a border – and I think it will be a striped one, not just teal as I had originally planned. I will have yarn left over – someone suggested a pillow today, or possibly hats. I’ll probably go with striped hats… and then jump in with another blanket, maybe…. I think I can get caught up if I work at it. 🙂

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Posted August 4, 2013 by salpal1 in how I spent my day, how it came out

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8 responses to “CAL week 10

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  1. I think the chevron row was my favorite. I only had one for my chair cover, but I really enjoyed how it worked up.

    Kathryn Rubidoux
  2. It really is lovely.

  3. Still looking great. xx

  4. Beautiful.

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